Monthly Archives: January 2014
Oh! How could I almost forget! A very happy sixth birthday to Miss Emily Boyd, my most favorite New Year's baby.
Heard on Main Street: At least keep your New Year's resolutions through the end of the week.
I had written the above and was ready to send it in to the Times when the phone rang.
Birthday wishes go out this week to Debbie Elias, who celebrates January 4; to Dee Laird and Jake Sylvia, on January 5; to Alex Morrison and Lindsay Medeiros, on January 6; and to Katie Jordan, on January 7.
Happy Birthday to Megan Ottens-Sargent who celebrates on January 6.
To the Editor:Regarding the MV Times Editorial, "As always the question is, What's Next?" (December 26), Having read same, it made me think what...
To the Editor:About the article on Lyme associated with heart disease (Dec. 24, "CDC says Lyme associated with three sudden heart deaths"), I was...
Recovering addicts talk about overcoming addiction with the help of a controversial drug.
Need an incentive to write and mail those holiday thank-you notes promptly? On January 26 a first-class stamp will increase from 46 to 49...
Newest trivia night on Martha's Vineyard is at Offshore Ale.
The lauded improv troupe who shared the stage with Jim Belushi this summer want to help you start your year off laughing.
Ms. Edey's new book is gorgeously designed, cleverly written, and infused with an almost supernatural amount of inspiration.
The Grace Church suppers will be held at the First Baptist Church Parish Hall.
Played in half the space of the traditional game with one-minute shifts, both novice and experienced youth players have fun and polish skills.
Check here for frequent updates to storm information.
"Mikey" Waters led the brave souls into the waters off State Beach.
Edgartown police arrested Gabriel Grasing of 13 North Street for possession of prescription pills following an investigation into the unattended death of Scott Francis, 48, of Edgartown on Friday.
Building inspector Ken Barwick said a site on Beach Road site is not a suitable location for the 32-ton wooden boat.